Wednesday, March 12, 2014

"Slide" into Passover!

I am excited to announce that I am working as the recipe developer for Osem's Passover line of products.  Based out of Israel, Osem has a numerous amount of items for Passover and I have the privilege and honor of working with those products to create delicious recipes!  In total, I have created 15 recipes and I will put all of them on AliBabka up until Passover.  I am really excited about these recipes and cannot wait to share them with all of you!

Don't forget to "like" the Osem facebook page and see more recipes, giveaways and exciting contests!

Bread is forbidden on Passover, but that doesn?t mean sliders are out of the question! Once you bite into a potato pancake slider you won?t want to turn back. The pulled BBQ chicken is so finger licking good you can eat it alone or indulge in an open faced potato pancake slider. Be creative with your own garnishes and toppings!



Pulled BBQ Chicken Sliders
Serves Makes 10 - 15 Sliders
2 Boneless Skinless Chicken Breasts
1 - 18 oz Container BBQ Sauce
1 Cup Water
1 - 6 oz. Package OSEM Potato Pancake Mix
Pickles and Cherry Tomatoes
 
Combine the BBQ sauce, water and chicken breasts in a medium pot. Cover pot with a tight fitting lid and simmer on low for four hours. Check pot occasionally to stir and make sure chicken is not burning. If the pot becomes low on liquid add a half cup of water. Remove chicken from pot and, while still warm, pull and shred the chicken apart with two forks. Add a bit of BBQ sauce from the pot until the chicken is wet with sauce, but not dripping.

Make the Osem Potato Pancakes according to the package instructions. While hot, add about a tablespoon of chicken to each pancake, a slice of pickle and a slice of tomato, top with the another pancake.

5 comments:

  1. This is genius Allson! congrats on the Osem collaboration!

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  2. congrats on the Osem collaboration, so cool!

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  3. Congrats on your Osem collaboration. This is a great recipe, fun and easy to make

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